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What to do in a plumbing emergency

What To Do In A Plumbing Emergency Paramount plumbing and gas has had many years of experience helping both residential and commercial clients with plumbing emergencies. Here is our guide to surviving a plumbing emergency, and hopefully before any real damage occurs. Turn off the Water at the meter If you have a leak the first thing to do is turn off the water supply from the city, this is normally located in the front of your property (Fig.1) or in a cupboard (Fig.2) if you...

July 10, 2020

Differences in hot water systems

Types of hot water systems Here at paramount plumbing and gas we are experts in hot water systems and the best people to call on the Gold Coast, we can help with all types of systems from solar to electric to gas, we have you covered. There are many different brands and range in quality but like most things the most you pay then the better the product. We do prefer to use the Reece brand of hot water systems Therman as they are Australian made, owned and readily available.If you have any questio...

July 10, 2020

Which Mixer is right for my kitchen

If you're like us at Paramount plumbing and gas then you will love the sleek clean look of a new kitchen mixers but which one is right for your kitchen?, we have put together a couple of pros and cons for our Gold Coast and Tweed heads clients. Pull out vegetable mixers Pros: Clean and modern lookLarge selection Easily repaired Cons: Easily damagedLimited functionCost to service higherProblematicTraditional mixer Pro: CheapLarge selection Durable Easily repaired Cons: Out of style...

May 22, 2020

Choosing the right toilet

With so many toilet choices on the market these days it's understandable to be overwhelmed, here at Paramount plumbing and gas we are here to help 1. Back to wall toilets (BTW) A back to wall toilet is a bowl and cistern that is mounted against the back wall and floor to hide the waste and sometimes water supply pipework, back to wall toilets can't always be installed in houses as the water supply point is in the way and/or the waste line is too far from the wall to allow for correct installatio...

May 21, 2020

Things You May Not Know About Plumbing.

1. Plumbing originated during ancient civilizations, as they developed public baths and needed to provide potable water and wastewater removal for larger numbers of people. 2. The Mesopotamians introduced the world to clay sewer pipes around 4000 BCE, with the earliest examples found in the Temple of Bel at Nippur and at Eshnunna,[7] utilised to remove wastewater from sites, and capture rainwater, in wells. 3. Copper piping appeared in ...

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